Dental Implants: Are You A Suitable Candidate?

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When it comes to having dental implants in order to replace a lost or misshapen tooth, many people hesitate because they fear that the implant may fail. Dental implants actually have a very good success rate, although there are a number of factors that can influence their success or otherwise. So what can cause the failure of dental implants? Here’s an overview of the usual causes of dental implant failure to help you to determine whether you would be a good candidate for successful implant surgery.…

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Think You're the Model When It Comes to Dental Care? Maybe You Should Think Again

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How many times have you been told that you need to brush and floss your teeth twice every day? You don’t need to hear this again, do you? While that is fair enough, the chances are that you are engaging in some other behaviours that are really bad for your teeth, without realising it. What else do you need to think about if you’re going to avoid too many unscheduled visits to the dentist?…

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Old Discolored Bonding: 4 Ways to Treat Old and Discolored Dental Bonding

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Dental bonding, or composite resin bonding, is a great way to repair teeth that have been damaged by decay, acid reflux or accidents. It is also a cheaper alternative to veneers and can last up to 10 years if well taken care of. However, one of the drawbacks of dental bonding; especially the older kind, is that it tends to become discolored over time.  The Three Types of Stain Affecting Composite Bonding…

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